The first day back at school is usually not one greeted with joy and happiness. It means school is back in session, and you’ve got a long, long way to go until it’s over again.
Fortunately for you, you’ve got a Fuzzy’s Taco Shop nearby. All is not lost in the world when Fuzzy’s is easily accessible. So if you’re suffering from a case of the back-to-school blues, follow these steps to survive your first day back on campus.
Break your fast with Fuzzy’s
Before you set foot in the classroom, start your day right with some Fuzzy’s breakfast tacos. A breakfast taco is a perfect way to prepare for a day chockfull of syllabuses (syllabi?), awkward hellos and expensive new textbooks. You’re going to need a lot of energy to get through the day. If you’re allowed to eat in class, maybe take those B tacos to go? Brownie points if you bring your professor one, too.
Fuzzy’s for lunch
Okay, you’ve made it through half the day. Time to reward yourself with another trip to Fuzzy’s. The line might be longer on this first day back, filled with geniuses like you who had the same idea. Don’t worry. It’ll be worth the wait. Have one of our Big Salads or some quesadillas to keep some gas in the tank to get you through the sluggish PMs.
Peruse our website during class
It’s just syllabus week, right? As long as you get the gist of what’s expected of you this semester, it doesn’t hurt to keep yourself busy behind that computer screen of yours. If you’re going to be online anyway, you might as well hop on our site to look at our blog or even browse our online store. If want to be really productive, you can wander over to our online menu and determine what to have for dinner.
Fuzzy’s for happy hour/dinner
You did it! Huzzah! You made it through your first day. Meet up with your friends and classmates at Fuzzy’s to toast the occasion. Reminisce on the ups, the downs, the laughter, the tears. It’s all fair game, as you sip on some margaritas and catch up with your crew. Then order your favorite Fuzzy’s tacos to round out the day.
See? This day really wasn’t all that bad. Good luck out there, kids. We’ll be here waiting for you.